Philosophy is not something to which one can be entrust, like God or science.1 No, because precisely God or science, or science taken as a solid certain science, as a science, as an idea of science in singular, which is maybe today no longer the idea of science, because more and more contemporary science knows that it is not the final scientific truth, but that science itself is transforming itself into that.2 But in the ordinary traditional idea of science, it’s true that God or science are things — not things, but so we can — one can be entrusted to them. But no, philosophy is not ideology. I can’t be entrusted to an ideology.3

  1. Sufism []
  2. Weary Light []
  3. Ideology, Set Fire To Kittens []
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